DALLAS — The Texas Supreme Court determined Monday that the state’s main business tax does not violate the constitutional prohibition against enacting a personal income tax without voter consent.

An insurance adjustment firm in Boerne filed the case in the summer, contending that the franchise tax was, in effect, an income tax for business partnerships such as law firms and medical practices.

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